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SEA LIFE Konigswinter, Konigswinter

(2.4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
See local and tropical underwater habitats, plus more than 120 species of sea creatures in SEA LIFE Konigswinter. Walk through Germany's only 360-degree glass tunnel to be surrounded by fish, or visit the Jurassic seas exhibit to learn about the prehistoric water creatures that lived 150 million years ago. Venture through the ghost ship, with its open stingray tank, or touch starfish and crabs in the interactive rock pool. Check the times for the daily feedings and talks if you want to learn and see more. Displays are only in German. A visit to SEA LIFE Konigswinter represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Konigswinter trip itinerary maker to plot your vacation.
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  • relatively expensive, but again an event. Let us hope that the proceeds benefit the many animals. We enjoy every visit
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  • It is not understandable why there are other cards offers on the Internet than on the cash register on-site. Combo cards (adults + a child) at the box office not sold us, although upon telephone request was declared us on-site, the ticket-buying is cheaper, an ADAC discount only on-site at the box office there. As a result, the visit was significantly more expensive. There is also the price of admission for our twins at the age of 3 at 11.96 euros each in relation to the performance.
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  • Good price / performance ratio that children were enthusiastically recommended food in large quantities and good quality
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  • Firstly, as most people mention. The parking could be difficult. There is may be up to 60 spaces available. That said, if you come during peak times, you get what you deserve. We came early, and there were 47 spaces free. Some people mention that there isn't enough to see. It took 1 hour and 30 minutes from parking to leaving (according to the ticket machine). That was enough time for our kids to really take everything in. More may even have been too much. As long as you do not push your children through too fast (and don't let them push you too fast!) you will have a thoroughly enjoyable experience. I found the experience extremely enjoyable. We were enraptured by the octopus, who felt like putting on a show. I would definitely recommend looking out for its tank! It isn't a big one!
  • We booked online so it cost €10 which was fine but was offset by the cost of getting to town by train from Cologne which was €14 return making the trip €24 each in total. If you do not by tickets online the price will be more. Inside it is smaller than they make out & many of the tanks appeared to be empty or had signs up that the fish were moving tanks. Staff were friendly but as we had travelled 45 minutes from Cologne it was not a worthwhile experience. Would recommend for anyone staying in Cologne to go to the aquarium at the zoo there instead as entrance into it is included in the price for entrance to the zoo itself (€17.50 for adult and €12 for student) and far easier to get to.
  • Cute, but way too expensive for just cute. In 1 hour we visited the whole aquarium, and we went super slow showing almost each and every fish to our children.
  • Very nice! Fun for children.
  • Too much expensive as there is nothing much inside to see .. This sea world is only for little children !